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are pricing for a chinese slowdown. >>> and apple stocks continue to tumble ahead of the earnings report tomorrow. we'll get you the latest action from new york as investors brace for more volatility. >> george napolitano is expected to tell lawmakers today how he intends to end the political stalemate and form a new government. this after the 87-year-old was re-elected for an unprecedented second term on saturday after politicians failed to agree on another candidate. he is expected to form a bipartisan cabinet. he's thought not to favor or relish the idea of fresh elections. still, his re-election has been met with anger by some including beppe grillo blasting it as a traditional party trying to hang on to power. >> they have chosen, again, a president instead who is able to guarantee the judicial power of this country in order to save berlusconi's [ bleep ] and save the left [ bleep ] with regard to the monte depasco scandal. >> politicians have been urged to finally form a government or risk a long recession in the country. georgeo said italy is not belgium and needs a government. go
for stocks you will yeall year. apple is the biggest name on the list. if you own apple shares, you have probably seen and felt this stomach churning chart. share price has tumbled over the past year down 31% over that period now trading below $400 a share. why? slumping demand for products. apple was once the most valuable company in the world by market value, so the stock some analysts say relatively cheap right now. we will know better tomorrow what the future of apple will be. it has an awful lot to prove. investors have been stung. apple clearly a big business story of the day and the week. john. >> no question a lot of people watching that very closely. thanks. meanwhile, ahead on "starting point," the surviving suspect hidden in this plain sight after the marathon bombings going about college life as if nothing ever happened. we will hear from students who spoke to him on campus. you're watching a special edition of "starting point" live from boston. people join angie's list for all kinds of reasons. i go to angie's list to gauge whether or not the projects will be done in a timel
stocks is enticing for people who want to take money off the table. apple on tuesday, a lot of you have been asking me about apple and what will happen with apple shares, tuesday we will get apple results. a lot to digest this week. $333 million, that's an estimate of how much it dos shut down boston and surrounding suburbs on friday. $333 million. the losses will likely be short-term for companies. boston is a big company getting back to work this monday morning. the boston metropolitan area produces $325 billion worth of goods and services every year. a little less than a billion dollars a day. the ninth gdp in the country. friday everything just stopped. businesses closed. public transit shut down. 16 of the area's 35 colleges closed campuses. most of the taxis were off the roads. shopping centers were shut. while many people worked from home or had the day off, some workers were very busy. thousands of law enforcement officials, hospital workers, hotel workers. there was overtime. where you saw some companies shut down, other area there's was economic activity. dunkin' donuts locati
mentioned tech, let's start with apple. we have been killing apple, it is getting killed. do you sell now into earnings? >> it will probably get killed again, we're looking for a miss on eps, earning -- i am sorry esp, below $ 10 on apple but the stock has been battered so bad, people might buy in sympathy, i don't know if i would be panic selling it ahead of the open, if you are looking to buy it, i would not jump in yet, trade lightly. tracy: caterpillar, is a good litmus test for the local economy. you are expecting a 40% drop for mining come purchases, from china in particular. >> what we'll see from caterpillar in line to slight beat for this quarter, but the forward projects that will hurt caterpillar could look for weakness and stock to move lower after earnings. tracy: i love that hasbro has -- we buy kids for our toys. >> mattel had an awesome quarter, and hasbro has partnered up with a jewelry company to do a lot of hasbro-themed jewelry, i don't know if i am buying barbie-themed jewelry, it is interesting, i would be a buyer, lightly. tracy: i got 30 seconds left, rest of earni
you ask, apple is save youring questions, all of them. ake free... ...while smelling 100% handsome. [ josh ] and with a double dose of confidence like that... mmmmmm. [ c.j.] ...good happens. [ sniffs ] ahhh! [ male announcer ] head & shoulders with old spice. very logical thinker. (laughs) i'm telling you right now, the girl back at home would absolutely not have taken a zip line in the jungle. (screams) i'm really glad that girl stayed at home. vo: expedia helps 30 million travelers a month find what they're looking for. one traveler at a time. expedia. find yours. >> 15 minutes till the top of the hour. let's span the globe to see what headlines are coming overseas. we begin in china where two more people died from a new strain of bird flu bringing the death toll to 20. health officials say there are 102 cases reported of those 70 still in the hospital. the source of the infection has not yet been identified. next to australia where a fisherman has a painful run in with a 10-foot shark. the man was fishing with his brother that's when a gray nurse shark bit him on both legs givi
in the south bay, a few low 80s, too. 79 in sunnyvale, home of apple computer, 80 cupertino. 82 morgan hill. san jose today 81 degrees. east bay we look at low 80s. 81 at livermore, pleasanton 82. and 82 at antioch. 76 vallejo near the delta. and 80 degrees in santa rosa and 78 degrees in petaluma. 75 for novato and 80 for sonoma. in the extended forecast we are going to be looking for numbers to still warm slightly through the weekend and into next week. look at tuesday numbers approaching mid- to upper 80s. and all the way toward next thursday. still stay warm inland 70s along the bay about as good as it gets with a mild beach. that's weather, here's traffic with elizabeth. >>> thank you, brian. we are still getting some more details about this accident in hayward. we have just confirmed that it is a fatal accident on mission boulevard so they closed off a couple of block stretch of mission boulevard both directions between blossom way and medford avenue. so this was an accident involving a pedestrian. and i'm just seeing some new information coming from chp out castro valley that they h
based in the united states. exxonmobil topped the list followed by apple, google, berkshire and walmart. last year, three chinese companies were in the top five and for the first time in three years, no company in the world is worth $400 billion. >>> gas prices continue to slip across the country and here in the bay area. analysts say they could be lower by the memorial holiday weekend. san francisco averages $4.06. around the rest of the bay area, it's down about 6 cents a gallon. experts say we could be saying 20 cents less by the end of next month. >>> paper or plastic? that's something you won't be hearing much longer in many cities and counties in california. pam cook is in the newsroom with more. >> it's earth day today. to coincide, many cities are joining the effort to reduce, refuse and recycle. redwood city and menlo park, are not allowed to hand out plastic bags and required to charge you 10 cents for a i aer -- paper bag. we asked some people. most are in favor. >> i think it's fabulous. >> tell me why. >> i think any time we can help the earth and recycle bags and go to the
. a scientific explanation for the old saying one bad apple spoils the bunch. this tiny parasitic vine called a daughter smells its way toward food attracted by the chemicals released by a tomato plant. i will eventually wrap around the stall being to absorb really steal the nutrients it needs. knowing all of this about these plants can be slightly horrifying. >> yeah, that's why you have to temper this by realizing that they don't care. >> reporter: vegetarians, he assures need not feel guilty. the whole thing sounds like something dreamed up in hollywood. like that man-eating plant in little shop of horrors. >> here we're seeing the great venus fly trap. >> reporter: why great? we can identify with it. we can actually see it eating. >> reporter: when a bite-sized bug enters the plant it touches a tiny trigger, but the plant will only snap shut and eat the bug if it touches a second trigger within a certain period of time. he calls that a primitive form of memory. it has a memory specific to a length of time. >> a memory to a link of time just like i have a memory for a length of time for a
they are apples and oranges except for the fact that they fit our inclusion criteria. a lot of terrorism and the united states is born and raised here. host: based on your background in this, are there any parallels to what happened in the oklahoma city bombing, to what we potentially could see with the 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev, who is about to be charged probably later this week? guest: it certainly well within the cards. if he is convicted, what will be the fifth largest act of terrorism in the united states, then went on to be involved in the murder of another law enforcement official, and then went on to throw improvised explosive devices out of two cars, one of which was a carjacked vehicle. this is an extraordinary example of violence. depending on evidence, which i certainly have no inside knowledge of, this has the potential to go to trial. host: one day after the bombings took place, the other was killed in that shooting in watertown, massachusetts, the center public and later mitch mcconnell had this to say on the senate floor tuesday. [video clip] >> these attacks are a g
, , they apple, the day appoint thousands of people here in the united states. they are greek a. they are ben by immigrants. that is something which should be thinking about. >> i would hope so. the evidence is quite clear on the capacity of immigration. i havehe time remaining, you released this analysis to quell the immigration reform. it can boost the american economy by as much as 1% every year. or reduce the deficit by as much as support for a trillion dollars. -- as much as 1.5 trillion dollars. do you want to elaborate on that? >> i could say a couple of things. >> economic growth comes from growth in people and their growth and activity. immigration controls both sides of the labor force anson's immigrants tend to work more you get labor force growth. as you mentioned the of to give small businesses and doctors that raise productivity of those workers. and their benefits to the overall economic growth, thus raising productivity for the -- productivity. that -- i did not taylor that estimate to 2013, 2014, 2015. this bill will take some time to pass and commence. you want to think of t
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